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Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,737,947
2 NeilHamilton 3,211,598
3 noelwoodhouse 3,195,598
4 John.F.Hall 2,458,864
5 annmanley 2,277,348
...
655 MargaretKearns 53,959
656 lenmakin 53,803
657 alaneade 53,776
658 Mirrabooka4 53,569
659 mrbeejay1 53,469
660 berylhauritz 53,411

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Corrections by month

November 2017 5,038
October 2017 4,046
September 2017 1,465
August 2017 7,318
July 2017 1,919
June 2017 3,625
March 2017 4,597
February 2017 3,978
January 2017 865
December 2016 967
November 2016 62
October 2016 458
July 2016 386
June 2016 1,692
May 2016 2,163
April 2016 2,219
March 2016 2,723
February 2016 1,262
January 2016 2,185
December 2015 2,000
November 2015 2,386
October 2015 2,215

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,737,894
2 NeilHamilton 3,211,598
3 noelwoodhouse 3,195,598
4 John.F.Hall 2,458,858
5 annmanley 2,277,278
...
654 rami 53,884
655 alaneade 53,679
656 lenmakin 53,630
657 Mirrabooka4 53,569
658 mrbeejay1 53,469
659 berylhauritz 53,411

53,569 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

November 2017 5,038
October 2017 4,046
September 2017 1,465
August 2017 7,318
July 2017 1,919
June 2017 3,625
March 2017 4,597
February 2017 3,978
January 2017 865
December 2016 967
November 2016 62
October 2016 458
July 2016 386
June 2016 1,692
May 2016 2,163
April 2016 2,219
March 2016 2,723
February 2016 1,262
January 2016 2,185
December 2015 2,000
November 2015 2,386
October 2015 2,215

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INTERESTING ITEMS. (Article), Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928), Tuesday 12 September 1911 [Issue No.708] page 3 2017-11-23 18:14 In the Hatapton HandUap Fnchan
deur was withdrawn. The betting
was 2 to 1 Azurine, 4 to li West Park,
and Gle«ella, 8 to 1 I^ady Dudley
aiid Fortaiix.
Azurmc opened a strong favorite,
butiajrfood deal of nKme^ dame In for
Glenella out with a lead' and shosio.1
the way to Roy, West )Park, and Azu
rme. Alonjr t^he back and down the
side West Park and Azurine were ab
reast at the entrance to tbe straight,
font the former was in the lead at tbe
distance, and jjoSng-on wo-ir conifort
abiy from Azurine hy two leuytlis, a
lenig-tli separating' second and third.
Fortiafix was fourth, «K«ciHa fifth.
ana Artesian last. Tune, ?.. LW.
In tlie Ohelmsford Stakes the wet
ting was ?' i » -1 Malt Kin»r, ?- to 1
FlaHnius. fi lo 1 Prince Foote, 10 to
1 Jacamar, 12 to 1 Los -Vngeios. and
Brigiit rjaddie. Flavmiiis joined
Bright Laddie at the .listance, with
Los Aaigelos and Ocean T-lue next.
Malt King was comiiiff . fast '' on '' the'
rails and was finishing with great re
Solution. Los Angelos challeiij^-.i Fla
vinins and; Bright Daddie at the half
v.in fiv'a head from FIav:nius, who
tvas tiinee leng^trs in front of Brigiit
Laddie. Malt King- was a neck iiwav
fourth. Time, 1.53*.
\V. A . Government S.*vi-isrs U-xnk*
had Sc.» .719 accounts odt»ji .t:T the s'nd
of August witn £4.247',6«;2rat credji.
If the wide, wide world-' can match
this any.w/here we want to -know
where our oifual has its* st«»ckin«.
In the Hampton Handicap Enchan-
teur was withdrawn. The betting
was 2 to 1 Azurine, 4 to 1 West Park,
and Glenella, 8 to 1 Lady Dudley
and Fortafix.
Azurme opened a strong favorite,
but a good deal of money came In for
Glenella out with a lead and showed
the way to Boy, West Park, and Azu-
rine. Along the back and down the
side West Park and Azurine were ab-
reast at the entrance to the straight,
font the former was in the lead at the
distance, and going on won comfor-
ably from Azurine by two lengths, a
length separating second and third.
Fortafix was fourth, fourth Glenella fifth,
and Artesian last. Time, 210.
In the Chelmsford Stakes the bet-
ting was ted Malt King, 5 to 1
Flavinius. 6 to 1 Prince Foote, 10 to
1 Jacamar, 12 to 1 Los Angelos. and
Bright Laddie. Flavmius joined
Bright Laddie at the distance, with
Los Angelos and Ocean Hue next.
Malt King was coming . fast on the
rails and was finishing with great re-
Solution. Los Angelos challenge Fla
vinins and Bright Laddie at the half-
win by head from Flavinius, who
was three lengths in front of Bright
Laddie. Malt King was a neck away
fourth. Time, 1.53½
W. A . Government Savings Bank
had 89.719 accounts open at the end
of August with £4.247,662 at credit.
If the wide, wide world can match
this anywhere we want to know
where our equal has its stocking.
Railway Accident. EIGHT MEN INJURED. Melbourne, sept. 11. (Article), Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928), Tuesday 12 September 1911 [Issue No.708] page 3 2017-11-23 17:56 EIGHT MEN IN.Ii;r:E.'.».
Mi'lhourne. Si'»t. 11
A collision, resulting in injuries be
near Scarsdale during shunting ope
rations. A award's van, in which a
number of men holongin.j; to the
railway construction hrauch, was
loaded ballast train was _heur» 'drawn
from the graveJ heaps. 1 i.e : rjsua-
custom is for a train to rmli up uf
ter passing the points and await thu
van beinc brought forward and oupl
ed. In this, instance tin; train was
kept on the mow, an I the guard i
thiukinc: it would pull «vi, hal the
van pushed aliead. Bot.i van and
-train kept on their Way, ami the
van overtook the train, the -Collision
occurring about half a nv.!e from the
staitinec point. Ths ' force of the ini
l*act sent the van hack '\-ilonn- the
line fully 100 yards, \iitU ihe result
ihat eight men were* Ihiuri-il. Guard
Younfic'' sustained a fractuto of the
base of the skull, and Is in a gr.tw
Cxindition. If is stated that on both
tvain ami, van the brakes refuse:l t,.
act-. ' 'r ' ..„?'?-
EIGHT MEN INJURED
Melbourne. Sept. 11.
A collision, resulting in injuries be-
near Scarsdale during shunting ope-
rations. A guard's van, in which a
number of men belonging to the
railway construction branch, was
loaded ballast train was being drawn
from the gravel heaps. The usual
custom is for a train to pull up af-
ter passing the points and await the
van being brought forward and coupl-
ed. In this instance the train was
kept on the move, and the guard
thinking it would pull up, had the
van pushed ahead. Both van and
train kept on their Way, and the
van overtook the train, the Collision
occurring about half a mile from the
starting point. The force of the im-
pact sent the van hack alone the
line fully 100 yards, with the result
that eight men were injured. Guard
Young sustained a fracture of the
base of the skull, and Is in a grave
Condition. If is stated that on both
train and van the brakes refused to
act.
FIRE AT NORSEMAN. Norseman, Sept. 11. (Article), Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928), Tuesday 12 September 1911 [Issue No.708] page 3 2017-11-23 17:49 A fire, resulting in the total des
truction of d. H. Atkins' boarding
red at t-vo o'clock this moruinir.
Tlie inmates, Mrs. Atkins and a ser
The. origin of the fire is unknown.' '
The money or Je.r remittances ivoiA
\\'.\. to the Eastern States grow less
solid settlement here. La.it month's
ligures were : — South Australia, £3,
Wales, £l,0f,Q : Queensland, £f;uO ;
Tasmania, £500 ? United Kingdom,
£5,855 7s (id ; India, -fi^l ils »id;
JTonsc Kong. £52S 3s 3J , Austria,
£2,543 13s lid ; Norway, £29 2s 8d,
Woods' Great Penpecjnjnt jCurei Is S4.
A fire, resulting in the total des-
truction of G. H. Atkins' boarding
red at two o'clock this morning.
The inmates, Mrs. Atkins and a ser-
The. origin of the fire is unknown.
The money order remittances from
W.A. to the Eastern States grow less
solid settlement here. Last month's
figures were : — South Australia, £3,-
Wales, £4,000 : Queensland, £600
Tasmania, £500 United Kingdom,
£5,855 7s 6d ; India, £591 14s 6d;
Hong Kong. £528 3s 3d , Austria,
£2,543 13s 11d ; Norway, £29 2s 8d,
Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. 1s 6d.
FATAL GUN ACCIDENT. (Article), Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928), Tuesday 12 September 1911 [Issue No.708] page 3 2017-11-23 17:44 a ilia in a house at CJove, wben it
sudJcnly exploded. ? 'Fne Tor'tents
room, and struck Bates' step-sist.er
.Mrs. Perthrick, in the neck aud kill
a gun in a house at Cleve, when it
suddenly exploded. The contents
room, and struck Bates' step-sister
.Mrs. Perthrick, in the neck and kill-
South Australia. THE TRAMWAY TRUST. Adelaide. Sept. 11. (Article), Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928), Tuesday 12 September 1911 [Issue No.708] page 3 2017-11-23 17:42 THE 'TRAMWAY Ti'.TJST.
Adelaide. Sent. 11...
- The revenue of fhe Municipal Tram- :
amounted to £122,053. Tho surplus
£29,876. It is stated that und-^r
likely tp b-? any need- for special ra
tes to he raised, hy tho ?HunicipaU-
ties forming the trust*
THE TRAMWAY TRUST
Adelaide. Sent. 11.
The revenue of the Municipal Tram-
amounted to £122,053. The surplus
£29,876. It is stated that under
likely to be any need for special ra-
tes to be raised, by the municipali-
ties forming the trust.
TELEGRAMS. Federal Affairs. imported BRANdy. Melbourne, Sept. 11. (Article), Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928), Tuesday 12 September 1911 [Issue No.708] page 3 2017-11-23 17:39 IMPORTFD BRAXDY.
Melbourne, Sent. ! 1 .
The .Minister for Custioms h-.».s Ac
cided to prohibit, from January i
»e-:t. the iinporiaiion o; imitation
brandies unless accompanied by ibe
brandy, viz.. that the bivndy lias
been distilK-.I wholly from srr.ijic spi
IMPORTED BRANDY.
Melbourne, Sent. 11.
The Minister for Customs has de-
cided to prohibit, from January 1
next the importation of imitation
brandies unless accompanied by the
brandy, viz.. that the brandy has
been distilled wholly from grape spi-
Sculling. BARRY DEFEATS EDGWELL. London, Sept. 11. (Article), Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928), Tuesday 12 September 1911 [Issue No.708] page 3 2017-11-23 17:35 HARRY DEFEATS I'DtlWEM..
London, Sept. IV.
The match between ' Barry, of
Knjrfand. and W. For veil.' of * Nev/
South Whiles, for the sen) line; rliiim
inonslrin of. England and the ''Sports
man' Cup, has resulted in a victorv
for Barry h v four lengths Foe;\yH i_
led to Harrods,, where the Fnglisl^
man overhauled him. Early iu the
day the betting was 7 to 4 on Bar
Ty. ? -?-:;
HARRY DEFEATS FOGWELL
London, Sept. 11.
The match between Barry, of
England, and W. Fogwell of New
South Whiles, for the sculling cham-
pionship of England and the "Sports-
man" Cup, has resulted in a victory
for Barry by four lengths Fogwell
led to Harrods,, where the English-
man overhauled him. Early in the
day the betting was 7 to 4 on Bar-
ry.
Pugilism. JOHNSON-WELLS MATCH. CONDEMNED BY A CLERGYMAN. London. Sept. 11. (Article), Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928), Tuesday 12 September 1911 [Issue No.708] page 3 2017-11-23 17:32 JOHNSON-WEILS AUTCH.
CONDEMNED BY A Cl.F.RGYMA-T.
London. Sept. 1J.
Preachinjr in Regents Park Ctiapel,
the Rev. Meyer said there oue 1)1' .to
he. in this country ?jenousrii, Christian-:
ity to make the fislit -hot\»een ,'ohn
soi; and Bombardier V-c'.ls impes
sihle Unless the exhibition of the
cinematograph reproductions rf.-ihe
fight was ' forbidden, the liiited
Kingdom would be flooded with1, biu
JOHNSON-WELLS MATCH.
CONDEMNED BY A CLERGYMAN
London. Sept. 11.
Preaching in Regents Park Chapel,
the Rev. Meyer said there ought to
be. in this country enough, Christian-
ity to make the fight between John-
son and Bombardier Wells impos-
sible Unless the exhibition of the
cinematograph reproductions of the
fight was forbidden, the United
Kingdom would be flooded with bru-
France. WAR AGAINST HIGH TRICKS. Paris. Sept. 11. (Article), Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928), Tuesday 12 September 1911 [Issue No.708] page 3 2017-11-23 17:27 The president of the Paris* Munici
Caterers' Union and arraiv.ed for a
Rent Payers' Association, with .1000
the threatened rise in rents in Pa
ris. The first step in the strike uiii
Fifteen soldiers .ind poH.emen, in
addition to manv rioU'r.s, were in
i:a-;id in the dear food disturbances
at Brest. . '
retailers and market eardeners in
The president of the Paris Munici-
Caterers' Union and arranged for a
Rent Payers' Association, with 5000
the threatened rise in rents in Pa-
ris. The first step in the strike will
Fifteen soldiers and policemen, in
addition to many rioters, were in-
jured in the dear food disturbances
at Brest.
retailers and market gardeners in
Industrial Strife. BARMAIDS AND BARMAN ORGANISING. London, Sept. 11. (Article), Geraldton Guardian (WA : 1906 - 1928), Tuesday 12 September 1911 [Issue No.708] page 3 2017-11-23 17:24 BARMAIDS AND BARMAN OR
London. -Scut. 11.
A met-ting of liatfmen and har.ir.aid;
in Hyde Park luis forme I a National
Union with the object of secmii:;
the living-in svstem. Some of the
speakers at the - meeting declared
that many bar attendants were work
BARMAIDS AND BARMAN OR-
London. Sept. 11.
A met-ting of barmen and barmaids
in Hyde Park has formed a National
Union with the object of securing
the living-in system. Some of the
speakers at the meeting declared
that many bar attendants were work-

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